Book Review – Hollow Moon by Steph Bennion

Check out reviews on David Morrese’s page: “Hollow Moon” and “Paw-Prints Of The Gods” Steph Bennion.

D.L. Morrese

HollowMoonTitle:  Hollow Moon
Author: Steph Bennion
Publisher:
Wyrdstar Books
First Published:
2012
Genre:
Science Fiction (YA)

Spunky kids, political intrigue, a kidnapping, spaceships, surprises, a twisted villain, clever AI, mysterious aliens… What more could you want? In this case, not much. The setting is the future a couple centuries from now. Humanity has discovered a means to get from one place to another faster than light, and people from Earth have colonized space. They’ve accomplished much, but they are far from enlightened. They still have greed, fanaticism, war, corruption, and reality shows.

Hollow Moon is an imaginative and well-told tale centering on Ravana, the daughter of a space freighter captain living in a hollow moon orbiting a distant star. When she witnesses the kidnapping of the young Raja, the heir apparent of her small, inside out world, she becomes involved in far more than she expected. What she does…

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